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Mackintosh Women's Hooded Water Resistant Down-filled Coat
Put on this Mackintosh women's down-filled coat, and stay warm and dry in cold, wet weather. Available in black or silver, this hooded coat features front and back princess seams for added shape and the lightweight warmth of down filling.
ITEM#: 15179886This wind and rain resistant hooded coat is perfect for cold weather, featuring a down blend filling that keeps you toasty inside. This coat hits above the knee and has an easy zip-up front with snap-placket reinforcement.
- Color options: Black, silver
- Fit: Missy
- (Two) 2 zip pockets
- Fully lined
- Zip front with snap plackets
The approximate length from the top center back to the hem is 33 inches. The measurement was taken from a size small.
Click here to view our women's sizing guide
- Materials: 100-percent polyester
- Fill: 50-percent down/ 50-percent feathers
- Lining: 100-percent polyester
- Machine washable
All measurements are approximate and may vary by size.
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I found it to be very tight in the shoulders- If you put it on and do not move, it looks great, but, to actually move in it, there was no room- I had one layer underneath it, so thought that was pretty fair- I also did not like that the sleeves did not cover my wrists. I am 5'4", 150 # and I ordered a Large, for a chest size of 36, going by the sizing chart. It is a nice coat for the money, and I just wanted it to wear back and forth to work on cold days here in Michigan. If the sizing was right, I would give it 4 out of 5, and, enjoy it.Read More
Because I live in a cold climate, I really needed a very warm down-filled jacket. This one is not as warm as others that I've worn. Also, I wish that it had a knitted cuff at the wrist inside the sleeve to keep out the cold breeze. Otherwise, it looks nice and should wear well if cared for.Read More
Living in Louisiana I never needed a down coat. This winter the weather has been cold every few weeks I needed something warmer than usual. I ordered this coat and love everything about it....fit, size, color and warmth.Read More
This is a nice warm coat. very neutral color- tan/grey. The stitches appears to be extra long, we'll see how well they hold after I wear it for awhile.Read More
ALMOST A FULL SIZE SMALLER THAN THE STATED SIZE, AND THE SLEEVES ARE 1-2 INCHES SHORTER THAN THEY SHOULD BE. HAD TO GIVE THE COAT TO A SMALLER FRIEND WITH SHORTER ARMS!Read More
I am 5'5" and 145#. The medium size fits me perfectly. It has been below zero degrees where I live and this coat was able to keep me warm enough as I ran errands (in and out of the car). The sleeves are big enough that I can still slip the coat on with a bulky sweatshirt on. When zipped, the bottom of the coat isn't too tight to get in and out of the car. Plus the coat itself isn't so heavy that it feels like it's weighting you down and still is flattering. All in all, I am very happy with the coat!Read More
I wore this to New York to see my daughter when we had the cold snap in early January and it was toasty warm...and I live in Florida.Read More
Questions & Answers
I don't have the exact number, I gave it to my mom as a gift but they're plenty long if that helps at all!
Is this available in petites?
Hello bap1937, These are the only sizes we have as listed in the Options pull down menu. Please refer to the following link to determine which size will fit you. Thank you for shopping with us. http://www.overstock.com/sizing.html
Is the hood removable?
Thank you for the interest in the Mackintosh Women's Hooded Water Resistant Down-filled Coat. The hood on this coat is not re-moveable. We do carry other coats that are similar and the hood is re-moveable. We hope this helps. Have a great day.
Hood not removable.
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